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TLMT’s The Week featuring lullahush, Otherkin, Meghan Murray, Reevah & Susie Blue

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TLMT counts down the latest additions to its Irish Mixed-Tape on Spotify with new music by lullahush, Otherkin, Meghan Murray, Reevah & Susie Blue.

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Otherkin – All That Remains Won’t Be The Same
Highly stylised ‘All That Remains Won’t Be The Same’ adds a widescreen, almost cinematic layer to Otherkin’s close-quarters indie-rock core that instantly separates the group from the pack. Impactful.

Meghan Murray – Broken Ladders
A gently set alt-pop track, ‘Broken Ladders’ highlights Meghan Murray as an artist with highly stylised sound and the voice to carry it.

Nerves – Slow Dive
‘Slow Dive’, the sophomore single from Dublin band Nerves packs a little more bite as the band add to their music with a heavy layer of fuzz and snarling beat.

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lullahush – If Spring Had A Spare Room I’d Rent It With You
The first single proper from lullahush, ‘If Spring Had A Spare Room I’d Rent It With You’ is art-pop at its most focused with the popping and clicking electronic backdrop and soft-spoken vocal serving the overall lush milieu of the song.

Reevah – 26.
One that almost went beneath TLMT’s radar. ’26’ introduces the textural indie-folk songwriting of Derry artist Reevah with a captivating depth of field, enchanting voal and subtle production.

Susie Blue – She Is
Susie Blue returns with the jangling pop of ‘She Is’, sounding like when everything clicks into place this Blue’s best work to date, delivering an emotiviely driven song that weaves dynamically and sonically.

Follow TLMT’s Monthly Irish Mixed-Tape – here. For more playlists, and mixed-tapes like this one, follow the Last Mixed Tape on Spotify

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